cHEART was inspired by a harrowing experience one of our team members had to go through when a close family member was diagnosed with cancer.
Living in a small town, they had to take frequent trips to a hospital for check-ups and this was a half-day event. Two hours traveling to-and-fro and another two hours (or more) waiting and meeting the doctor.
The inspiring moment came when they had to travel to the hospital just to pick-up medical reports so the case can be referred to the General Hospital in the capital city. Thinking that there should be a better way to managing patients’ records, our team member tossed the idea around and we decided to do something about it simply because there are many people out there who must have been going through the same experience, and the least we could do is to help them managing their medical records in a more efficient way.
cHEART is developed with the intention to make life easy for patients by having their medical records digitally available on mobile phone. cHEART empowers patients because they get to decide which data to share, with whom the data is shared and how long it can be accessed by the people that matters.
We hope cHEART delivers that to you.
cHEART is a play on words of ‘sihat’, a Malaysian language which means healthy. So, we find it fitting to play with the word ‘sihat’ by spelling it as cHEART to jazz it up while maintaining the same sound when pronouncing it.
The logo is shaped like a pill to indicate that cHEART is THE solution (or the ‘pill’) for the issues surrounding patients’ medical data.
cHEART’s colour palette is led by the primary blue to carry the message that cHEART is reliable, secure and trustworthy. The secondary colour, pink is a reference to ‘in the pink’ to indicate one’s healthy state of being. The colour white signifies our belief that the approach to healthcare should be patient-centric and cHEART is our way to make that happens.
cHEART is written in bold upper case to reflect our mission to empower patients to take control of their medical record.